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|Location||Daegu, South Korea|
|Distance||Marathon - 10K - 5K|
|Official site||Daegu Marathon|
The Daegu International Marathon is an annual marathon race which takes place in April in Daegu, South Korea. The day's events also feature a 5K event and a 10K event, as well as the full course marathon (42.195 km).
Key: Course record
|Edition||Year||Men's winner||Time (h:m:s)||Women's winner||Time (h:m:s)|
|1st||2009||Ji Young-Jun (KOR)||2:08:30||Yeshi Esayias (ETH)||2:30:44|
|2nd||2010||Deressa Chimsa (ETH)||2:08:45||Yeshi Esayias (ETH)||2:29:17|
|3rd||2011||Yusuf Songoka (KEN)||2:08:08||Atsede Habtamu (ETH)||2:25:52|
|4th||2012||David Kemboi Kiyeng (KEN)||2:07:57||Alemitu Abera Begna (ETH)||2:24:57|
|5th||2013||Abraham Kiprotich (KEN)||2:08:33||Margaret Agai (KEN)||2:23:28|
|6th||2014||Yemane Tsegay (ETH)||2:06:51||Mulu Seboka (ETH)||2:25:23|
- Jalava, Mirko (2011-04-11). Course records fall at Daegu Marathon. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-04-12.
- April 2012 AIMS Results. AIMS. Retrieved on 2012-04-19.
- Legionnaire Kiprotich leaves his rivals behind in Daegu, course record for Agai. IAAF (2013-04-14). Retrieved on 2013-04-15.
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